The Indy Pass, the best deal in skiing, has landed its first Colorado ski resort.
The pass is adding Sunlight Mountain Resort located in Glenwood Springs, CO for the remainder of the 21-22 season and for next season with no blackout days!
Sunlight is officially the 82nd ski area on the Indy Pass! Passholders will now get 2 days of skiing or riding at each of the 82 partner resorts spread out over three countries.
Indy Pass lovers rejoice! Sunlight seems like the perfect fit for an Indy resort, and it’s exciting to see the pass grow to Colorado.
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Check out the full press release below:
Sunlight Mountain Resort, Colorado Joins Indy Pass
Sunlight is now available for Indy Pass holders to ski through Spring 2022 and next season.
PORTLAND, Ore. (February 15, 2021) – The Indy Pass announced today that Sunlight Mountain Resort would join as a partner resort for the remainder of the 21-22 season and 2022-23 with no blackout days. Sunlight becomes the first in Colorado to join the fast-growing coalition. It’s located in the heart of Colorado ski country 10 miles south of Glenwood Springs in between Vail and Aspen. Featuring breathtaking views of Mt. Sopris and the Elk Mountain Range, Sunlight boasts 2010 vertical feet with a summit elevation of 9995, 72 runs, and three lifts that access a wide variety of terrain including one of Colorado’s steepest lift-served runs.
“The entire team here at Sunlight is excited to join the Indy Pass family of independent ski areas and we can’t wait for more skiers and riders to come and enjoy a two-day taste test. We’re confident they will enjoy spreading out on our 730 acres served up the old school Rocky Mountain way,” said Sunlight’s Troy Hawks.
“Adding Sunlight is a huge win for Indy Passholders. Colorado is North America’s ground zero for skiing and snowboarding and now we have access to one of the most cherished indie mountains remaining in that great state, said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. The mountain skis much bigger than it looks on paper and the base operation is as authentic and laid back as anything you’ll find in the West.”